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    BY DAVID SINGH IN NORTH YORK, ONT. | PHOTOGRAPHY BY JANICK LAURENT
    Racism kept Herb Carnegie out of the NHL, but his legacy is still felt in the game and beyond — and his grandson won't rest until it's properly recognized
    https://www.sportsnet.ca/longform/in...key-hall-fame/

    Willie O’Ree’s in the Hockey Hall of Fame. Now it’s time to give Herb Carnegie his due
    https://www.thestar.com/sports/hocke...e-his-due.html

    Herb Carnegie

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herb_Carnegie

    https://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/....php?pid=13244

    https://heritage.golfcanada.ca/hall-of-fame-members/ - Herb Carnegie is not in the Canadian Golf Hall Of Fame either.

    HERB CARNEGIE

    1975 - Ontario Senior Golf Championship
    1976 - Ontario Senior Golf Championship
    1977 - Canadian Seniors Golf Championship
    1978 - Canadian Seniors Golf Championship
    1982 - Ontario Senior Golf Championship

    Herb Carnegie is not in the Canadian Golf Hall Of Fame

    https://heritage.golfcanada.ca/hall-of-fame-members/

    Mooseheads alum Rane Carnegie launches campaign to get his grandfather Herb into Hockey Hall of Fame

    https://www.saltwire.com/halifax/spo...P_LfFc.twitter

    Rane Carnegie is using his newfound voice to change hockey

    https://www.gthlcanada.com/article/r...-change-hockey

    Willie O'Ree

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willie_O%27Ree

    https://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/...y.php?pid=8354

    NHL Expansion Draft selection tracker for Kraken

    https://www.nhl.com/news/2021-expans...?tid=289242400

    Seattle Kraken unveil their inaugural team at the 2021 NHL Expansion Draft



    Back To Boat: The 2021 Tampa Bay Lightning Stanley Cup Parade



    Stanley Cup returning to Montreal for repairs after being damaged in Tampa

    https://torontosun.com/sports/hockey...maged-in-tampa

    https://dailyhive.com/vancouver/stan...-bay-lightning

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    NHL Trophies
    Complete guide to NHL Trophies and all-time winners
    https://www.nhl.com/info/nhl-awards-trophies

    THE 2021 NHL AWARDS

    https://www.nhl.com/fans/nhl-awards-event

    Hart Memorial Trophy | Most Valuable Player | Connor McDavid

    James Norris Memorial Trophy | Best Defenseman | Adam Fox

    Vezina Trophy | Best Goaltender | Marc-Andre Fleury

    Ted Lindsay Award | Most Outstanding Player | Connor McDavid

    Calder Memorial Trophy | Rookie of the Year | Kirill Kaprizov

    Jack Adams Award | Coach of the Year | Rod Brind'Amour

    Selke Trophy | Best Defensive Forward | Aleksander Barkov

    Lady Byng Trophy | Most Gentlemanly Player | Jaccob Slavin

    Jim Gregory General Manager of the Year Award | Lou Lamoriello

    Willie O'Ree Community Hero Award | Kevin Hodgson

    King Clancy Trophy | Humanitarian Contributions | Pekka Rinne

    Masterton Trophy | Dedication to Hockey | Oskar Lindblom

    Mark Messier NHL Leadership Award | Patrice Bergeron
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    Tony Esposito dies at 78, Hockey Hall of Fame goalie
    Won 418 games for Black Hawks from 1969-84, had pancreatic cancer
    https://www.nhl.com/news/hockey-hall...es/c-325944642

    Remembering Tony Esposito
    https://www.nhl.com/video/rememberin...0912/c-8791961

    Hall of Fame Chicago Blackhawks goalie Tony Esposito dies at age 78
    https://www.espn.com/nhl/story/_/id/...-esposito-dies

    Blackhawks legend Esposito passes away at 78
    https://www.tsn.ca/chicago-blackhawk...t-78-1.1680269

    Tony Esposito's Hall of Fame legacy endures after his death
    Black Hawks goalie created countless memories during career, in retirement
    https://www.nhl.com/news/tony-esposi...fe/c-325947604

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    NHL announces start times for 2021-22 regular season
    Lightning to raise Stanley Cup banner, Kraken play first game Oct. 12
    https://www.nhl.com/news/2021-22-nhl...es/c-325961646

    Joe Thornton will play for the Florida Panthers.

    Marc-Andre Fleury will play for the Chicago Blackhawks.

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    NHL Player Milestones to Watch During the 2021-22 season
    https://www.si.com/hockey/news/nhl-p...2021-22-season

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    Gretzky to receive Stan Musial Lifetime Achievement Award
    Leading scorer in NHL history, wife will be honored for sportsmanship, class, character
    https://www.nhl.com/news/wayne-gretz...rd/c-326147840

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    Evander Kane denies 'incredibly false' allegations with Sharks
    Forward was accused of betting on NHL games in July, says he will be exonerated following investigation
    https://www.nhl.com/news/sharks-evan...es/c-326171742

    Ovechkin ready to resume chase of Gretzky NHL goals record with Capitals
    Forward 165 away, signed five-year contract July 27
    https://www.nhl.com/news/alex-ovechk...rd/c-326171854

    Kane working through nagging issue for Blackhawks
    Forward says he will be ready for training camp, which opens Sept. 23
    https://www.nhl.com/news/patrick-kan...go/c-326169024

    Crosby unsure of specific timeline for return to Penguins
    Forward had surgery on left wrist Sept. 8, doesn't have 'great gauge' on recovery length
    https://www.nhl.com/news/penguins-si...ry/c-326172678

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    The NHL 500-Goal Club
    https://thehockeywriters.com/the-500-goal-club/

    Best NHL Players Not in the Hockey Hall of Fame
    https://thehockeywriters.com/best-nh...-hall-of-fame/

    Every NHL player to score 500 goals
    https://www.yardbarker.com/nhl/artic...648808#slide_1

    Best NHL Players Not in the Hockey Hall of Fame
    https://www.yardbarker.com/nhl/artic...16448_33937298

    15 Great NHL Players Who Will NOT Be Hall Of Famers
    https://www.thesportster.com/hockey/...all-of-famers/

    Still Waiting: 10 notable NHLers passed over (again) by Hall of Fame
    https://www.si.com/hockey/news/still...y-hall-of-fame

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    Malkin out at least two months of regular season for Penguins
    Center recovering from June 4 knee surgery
    https://www.nhl.com/news/evgeni-malk...us/c-326275352

    Backstrom week to week for Capitals, misses start of training camp
    Forward continuing rehab for hip injury, could return for season opener at Rangers on Oct. 13
    https://www.nhl.com/news/nicklas-bac...us/c-326273176

    Kane not participating in Sharks training camp
    Forward cleared of gambling accusations, investigation into other allegations ongoing
    https://www.nhl.com/news/sharks-kane...mp/c-326286362

    Olympic hockey schedule for 2022 in Beijing announced
    https://www.nhl.com/news/usa-to-begi...na/c-326260182

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    THE 2021 U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES

    https://www.ushockeyhalloffame.com/2021

    Stan Fischler * Paul Holmgren * Peter McNab





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    Patrick Marleau is currently an unrestricted free agent. He needs to play 55 more consecutive games to surpass Doug Jarvis for number one all-time in consecutive games played. Patrick Marleau is number one all-time in NHL games played with 1779. He broke Gordie Howe's record last season.

    NHL IRON MAN STREAK

    01. 964 - Doug Jarvis (October 8, 1975 - October 10, 1987)
    02. 922 - Keith Yandle (March 26, 2009-Present)
    03. 914 - Garry Unger (February 24, 1968 - December 21, 1979)
    04. 910 - Patrick Marleau (April 9, 2009-Present)
    05. 900 - Phil Kessel (November 3, 2009-Present)


    Patrick Marleau needs 8 goals to surpass Mike Bossy, and 12 goals to surpass Mark Recchi before he retires.

    https://www.nhl.com/player/patrick-marleau-8466139

    NHL 500+ GOALS CLUB

    01. 894 – Wayne Gretzky
    02. 801 – Gordie Howe
    03. 766 – Jaromir Jagr
    04. 741 – Brett Hull
    05. 732 – Alex Ovechkin
    06. 731 – Marcel Dionne
    07. 717 – Phil Esposito
    08. 708 – Mike Gartner
    09. 694 – Mark Messier
    10. 692 – Steve Yzerman
    11. 690 – Mario Lemieux
    12. 684 – Teemu Selanne
    13. 668 – Luc Robitaille
    14. 656 – Brendan Shanahan
    15. 640 – Dave Andreychuk
    16. 625 – Joe Sakic
    17. 625 – Jarome Iginla
    18. 610 – Bobby Hull
    19. 608 – Dino Ciccarelli
    20. 601 – Jari Kurri
    21. 577 – Mark Recchi
    22. 573 – Mike Bossy
    23. 566 – Patrick Marleau
    24. 564 – Mats Sundin
    25. 564 – Joe Nieuwendyk
    26. 561 – Mike Modano
    27. 560 – Guy Lafleur
    28. 556 – Johnny Bucyk
    29. 549 – Ron Francis
    30. 548 – Michel Goulet
    31. 544 – Maurice Richard
    32. 541 – Stan Mikita
    33. 538 – Keith Tkachuk
    34. 533 – Frank Mahovlich
    35. 525 – Marian Hossa
    36. 524 – Bryan Trottier
    37. 522 – Pat Verbeek
    38. 518 – Dale Hawerchuk
    39. 515 – Pierre Turgeon
    40. 513 – Jeremy Roenick
    41. 512 – Gilbert Perreault
    42. 507 – Jean Beliveau
    43. 503 – Peter Bondra
    44. 502 – Joe Mullen
    45. 500 – Lanny McDonald

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    https://twitter.com/RobinLehner

    NHL wants interview with Lehner after goalie alleges medical malpractice
    https://www.thescore.com/nhl/news/2200598
    https://www.thescore.com/nhl/news/2200598/amp

    NHL reaches out to Lehner after social media accusations
    https://www.tri-cityherald.com/news/...254735122.html

    Robin Lehner continues to unload on social media; calls on NHL and NHLPA for change
    Robin Lehner takes to social media with some serious claims.
    https://www.thedailygoalhorn.com/rob...pa-for-change/

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    2021-22 NHL season could be filled with milestones
    Ovechkin can move into top five on goals list; Fleury on verge of 500 wins
    https://www.nhl.com/news/2021-2022-n...es/c-326593626

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    Gretzky hopes Ovechkin breaks goals record
    Hall of Famer says Capitals forward's pursuit is 'the greatest thing for the game'
    https://www.nhl.com/news/wayne-gretz...?tid=277548856

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    Ovechkin injured in Capitals' final preseason game
    Forward leaves in first period with leg issue against Flyers
    https://www.nhl.com/news/alex-ovechk...me/c-326697708

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    Lightning quest for three-peat among NHL storylines to follow this season
    Kraken debut, encores for McDavid, Matthews among things to watch
    https://www.nhl.com/news/nhl-storyli...on/c-326701086

    Stanley Cup predictions for 2021-22 NHL season
    Avalanche, Golden Knights, Islanders favorites among NHL.com staff preseason picks
    https://www.nhl.com/news/stanley-cup...22/c-326685518

    2021-22 NHL season ready to go with Kraken debut, packed arenas
    Regular 82-game schedule, return of Winter Classic, All-Star Game among highlights
    https://www.nhl.com/news/nhl-season-...ut/c-326693394

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    THE 2021-2022 NHL REGULAR SEASON BEGINS

    ACTIVE NHL LEADERS IN GOALS


    01. 730 - Alex Ovechkin
    02. 566 - Patrick Marleau
    03. 486 - Sidney Crosby

    04. 443 - Ilya Kovalchuk
    05. 441 - Eric Staal
    06. 439 - Steven Stamkos
    07. 425 - Joe Thornton
    08. 424 - Evgeni Malkin
    09. 404 - Patrick Kane
    10. 399 - Jeff Carter
    11. 394 - Joe Pavelski
    12. 393 - Zach Parise
    13. 391 - Phil Kessel
    14. 386 - Corey Perry
    15. 375 - Patrice Bergeron
    16. 364 - John Tavares
    17. 351 - Jason Spezza
    18. 346 - Anze Kopitar
    19. 345 - Jonathan Toews
    20. 319 - Brad Marchand

    ACTIVE NHL IRON MEN

    01. 922 - Keith Yandle (March 26, 2009-Present)
    02. 910 - Patrick Marleau (April 9, 2009-Present)
    03. 900 - Phil Kessel (November 3, 2009-Present)
    04. 597 - Brent Burns (November 21, 2013-Present)


    NHL IRON MAN STREAK

    List of NHL players with 500+ consecutive games played


    01. 964 - Doug Jarvis (October 8, 1975 - October 10, 1987)
    02. 922 - Keith Yandle (March 26, 2009-Present)
    03. 914 - Garry Unger (February 24, 1968 - December 21, 1979)
    04. 910 - Patrick Marleau (April 9, 2009-Present)
    05. 900 - Phil Kessel (November 3, 2009-Present)

    06. 884 - Steve Larmer (October 6, 1982 - April 15, 1993)
    07. 830 - Andrew Cogliano (October 4, 2007 - January 13, 2018)
    08. 776 - Craig Ramsay (March 27, 1973 - February 10, 1983)
    09. 737 - Jay Bouwmeester (March 6, 2004 - November 22, 2014)
    10. 679 - Henrik Sedin (March 21, 2004 - January 18, 2014)
    11. 630 - Andy Hebenton (October 7, 1955 - March 22, 1964)
    12. 622 - Karl Alzner (October 8, 2010 - April 7, 2018)
    13. 597 - Brent Burns (November 21, 2013-Present)
    14. 580 - Johnny Wilson (February 10, 1952 - March 20, 1960)
    15. 576 - Billy Harris (October 7, 1972 - November 28, 1979)
    16. 570 - Mark Recchi (October 4, 1991 - December 11, 1998) Inducted in 2017
    17. 566 - Danny Grant (December 4, 1968 - December 19, 1975)
    18. 548 - Alex Delvecchio (December 13, 1956 - November 11, 1964) Inducted in 1977
    19. 542 - Brendan Morrison (February 27, 2000 - December 12, 2007)
    20. 519 - Craig MacTavish (October 12, 1986 - January 2, 1993)
    21. 513 - Brad Boyes (October 5, 2005 - November 23, 2011)
    22. 509 - Andrew Brunette (January 2, 2002 - February 19, 2009)
    23. 509 - John Marks (October 27, 1973 - December 30, 1979)
    24. 508 - Murray Murdoch (November 16, 1926 - March 21, 1937)
    25. 502 - Glenn Hall (October 6, 1955 - November 7, 1962) Inducted in 1975

    NHL IRON MAN STREAK

    List of Retired NHL players with 500+ consecutive games played


    01. 964 - Doug Jarvis (October 8, 1975 - October 10, 1987)
    02. 914 - Garry Unger (February 24, 1968 - December 21, 1979)
    03. 884 - Steve Larmer (October 6, 1982 - April 15, 1993)
    04. 830 - Andrew Cogliano (October 4, 2007 - January 13, 2018)
    05. 776 - Craig Ramsay (March 27, 1973 - February 10, 1983)
    06. 737 - Jay Bouwmeester (March 6, 2004 - November 22, 2014)
    07. 679 - Henrik Sedin (March 21, 2004 - January 18, 2014)
    08. 630 - Andy Hebenton (October 7, 1955 - March 22, 1964)
    09. 622 - Karl Alzner (October 8, 2010 - April 7, 2018)
    10. 580 - Johnny Wilson (February 10, 1952 - March 20, 1960)
    11. 576 - Billy Harris (October 7, 1972 - November 28, 1979)
    12. 570 - Mark Recchi (October 4, 1991 - December 11, 1998) Inducted in 2017
    13. 566 - Danny Grant (December 4, 1968 - December 19, 1975)
    14. 548 - Alex Delvecchio (December 13, 1956 - November 11, 1964) Inducted in 1977
    15. 542 - Brendan Morrison (February 27, 2000 - December 12, 2007)
    16. 519 - Craig MacTavish (October 12, 1986 - January 2, 1993)
    17. 513 - Brad Boyes (October 5, 2005 - November 23, 2011)
    18. 509 - Andrew Brunette (January 2, 2002 - February 19, 2009)
    19. 509 - John Marks (October 27, 1973 - December 30, 1979)
    20. 508 - Murray Murdoch (November 16, 1926 - March 21, 1937)
    21. 502 - Glenn Hall (October 6, 1955 - November 7, 1962) Inducted in 1975

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...e_games_played

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    New Flyers defenseman Keith Yandle not focused on becoming the Cal Ripken of hockey
    https://pressofatlanticcity.com/spor...28924726e.html

    Philadelphia Flyers' Keith Yandle taking near-record ironman streak one game at a time
    https://sports.yahoo.com/philadelphi...215123307.html

    On October 10 in Rangers history: Witnesses to the end of a streak
    https://bluelinestation.com/2021/10/...d-of-a-streak/

    Penguins Should Consider Trading For Phil Kessel
    https://thehockeywriters.com/penguin...r-phil-kessel/

    Report: Kessel not in Coyotes' plans and is eyeing trade to contender
    https://www.thescore.com/nhl/news/2200977

    Carolina Hurricanes: Exploring a trade for Phil Kessel
    https://cardiaccane.com/2021/09/28/c...s-phil-kessel/

    Arizona Coyotes Phil Kessel Favourable Trade Destinations
    https://lastwordonsports.com/hockey/...-destinations/

    Report: Sharks eyed Kessel trade with Coyotes around draft
    https://www.nbcsports.com/bayarea/sh...s-around-draft

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    NHL On Tap: Toews expected to play for Blackhawks in opener
    Ovechkin game-time decision for Capitals; Oilers to have McDavid, Draisaitl together
    https://www.nhl.com/news/nhl-on-tap-...13/c-326785908

    Ovechkin taking chase of Gretzky's goal mark 'game by game' for Capitals
    Forward game-time decision against Rangers in opener after sustaining lower-body injury Friday
    https://www.nhl.com/news/alex-ovechk...se/c-326789352

    Ovechkin, wife Nastya, Backstrom star in funny new commercial
    Capitals captain looking out for teammate in ad for MassMutual
    https://www.nhl.com/news/alex-ovechk...al/c-326756090

    Duos | NHL | MassMutual

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wve4fwIOOpQ



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    Ovechkin passes Dionne for fifth in NHL goals
    Forward scores Nos. 731, 732 in season opener against Rangers
    https://www.nhl.com/news/capitals-al...st/c-326804352

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmzu7tSPIFM



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    Charles Barkley and Wayne Gretzky square off in shootout

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shlUqj0zgL0

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    Can Alex Ovechkin still break Wayne Gretzky's NHL goal-scoring record?
    https://www.espn.com/nhl/insider/sto...scoring-record

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    Mike Bossy diagnosed with lung cancer, won Stanley Cup four times
    Hockey Hall of Famer scored 573 goals in 10 seasons with Islanders
    https://www.nhl.com/news/new-york-is...er/c-327009296

    Leo Boivin dies at 90, Hockey Hall of Fame defenseman
    Played 19 seasons in NHL, made hip check his specialty
    https://www.nhl.com/news/leo-boivin-...90/c-326911248
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    Blackhawks Investigation Ends, Bowman is Out as GM, More Heads Likely to Roll

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-9O5qdla9Y



    Stan Bowman is out and the Chicago Blackhawks are fined $2M after law firm announces findings of its investigation related to 2010 misconduct allegations

    https://www.chicagotribune.com/sport...wu4-story.html

    Blackhawks to address findings from independent investigation

    https://www.tsn.ca/chicago-blackhawk...rich-1.1711897

    Chicago Blackhawks allegations - Follow the timeline

    https://www.tsn.ca/chicago-blackhawk...line-1.1711913

    The Chicago Blackhawks have been at the centre of an independent investigation into allegations that a then-assistant coach sexually assaulted two players in 2010 - a developing story covered by TSN Senior Correspondent Rick Westhead.

    A timeline of the stories following the allegations and investigation:

    May 13 - An unnamed former Chicago Blackhawks player who was a member of the 2010 Stanley Cup-winning team has filed a lawsuit accusing the team of ignoring allegations that he and a teammate were sexually assaulted by a Blackhawks coach: STORY

    June 1 - A former HS hockey player who alleges he was sexually abused by a former Chicago Blackhawks coach is suing the NHL franchise for allegedly providing a positive employment reference to the coach despite knowing he was a sexual predator: STORY

    June 17 - Blackhawks management allegedly refused to file a report to police during the 2010 playoffs after two players claimed a video coach with the franchise had sexually assaulted them, according to a person familiar with the matter: STORY

    June 23 - The alleged sexual assault of two former Chicago Blackhawks players was “an open secret” among staff both within and outside the team’s hockey department, a former team marketing official said in an interview with TSN: STORY

    June 25 - A lawyer for a former Blackhawks player who alleges he and another teammate were sexually assaulted by a former video coach with the NHL team is asking a judge to order the team to turn over all records relating to the allegations: STORY

    June 26 - A former Chicago Blackhawks associate coach has confirmed that a meeting took place during the 2010 NHL playoffs in which the team’s management discussed the alleged sexual assault of two Blackhawks players: STORY

    June 28 - A former Chicago Blackhawks player who alleges a team video coach sexually assaulted him and a teammate in 2010 says he has told his family about the abuse and is still struggling 11 years later with its long-term effects: STORY

    July 9 - The lawyer for a former Chicago Blackhawks player who has alleged he was sexually assaulted by a former team video coach says the player will not cooperate with a team-financed investigation: STORY

    July 13 - Former Chicago Blackhawks defenceman Brent Sopel said almost every player and coach on the 2010 team was aware of the allegations of sexual misconduct leveled by a former Blackhawks player against former video coach Brad Aldrich: STORY

    July 19 - After jail for sex offence, former Chicago Blackhawks video coach Brad Aldrich uses interns to build business: STORY

    July 22 - Former Blackhawks player describes alleged sexual assault in new court filing. Content Warning: The following article contains references to sexual assault : STORY

    Aug. 6 - A lawyer for a former Chicago Blackhawks player has asked the U.S. Center for SafeSport to investigate Blackhawks and U.S. Olympic team GM Stan Bowman for allegedly covering up the sexual abuse of two former Blackhawks players: STORY

    Aug. 12 - Former Blackhawks skills coach Paul Vincent gives investigators account of player abuse allegations: STORY

    Sept. 13 - An American think tank that studies child sexual abuse and prevention is asking the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee to suspend Stan Bowman from his position as U.S. Olympic men’s hockey team GM: STORY

    Sept. 15 - The U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee has rejected an American think tank’s request to suspend Olympic men’s hockey team GM Stan Bowman while he faces allegations that he helped cover up the sexual abuse of two Blackhawks players: STORY

    Sept. 30 - In court filing, lawyers allege Brad Aldrich’s day with the Stanley Cup was tantamount to a job reference that helped him get other jobs in hockey. STORY

    Oct. 26 - Blackhawks hold briefing detailing findings of investigation into abuse claims and announces that general manager and president Stan Bowman has stepped down. The report, called "disturbing and difficult to read" by CEO Danny Wirtz, has been handed over to the NHL and is made available on its website. Kyle Davidson is named interim GM and Wirtz announces that no member of the team's senior management in 2010 will be with the organization any longer: STORY

    Oct. 26- Hours after stepping down as president and general manager of the Chicago Blackhawks, Stan Bowman has also stepped down as the GM of USA Hockey's entry in February's Beijing Winter Olympics. STORY

    https://www.espn.com/nhl/team/_/name...ago-blackhawks



    Kyle Beach reveals himself as accuser in Blackhawks investigation
    2008 first-round pick alleges he was sexually assaulted by former Chicago video coach Aldrich in 2010


    https://www.nhl.com/news/kyle-beach-...on/c-327302872



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    Quenneville resigns as Panthers coach, named in Blackhawks investigation
    Beach alleges sexual assault by then-assistant Aldrich in 2010 with Chicago
    https://www.nhl.com/news/florida-pan...ns/c-327341880

    Statement from NHL Commissioner on resignation of Joel Quenneville
    https://www.nhl.com/news/commissione...on/c-327342922

    Maruk once requested to be emergency goalie for Capitals
    50-goal scorer's plea one of many intriguing Washington stories recalled by journalist Fischler
    https://www.nhl.com/news/dennis-maru...?tid=277548856

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    Kyle Beach is the Blackhawks' John Doe: What We Learned
    Speaking openly to the media for the first time following his traumatic experience, Kyle Beach recounted the aftermath of his abuse, outlining an intricate cover-up by the Blackhawks organization that coincided with an attempt to paint his claims as baseless.
    https://www.si.com/hockey/news/kyle-...hat-we-learned

    Joel Quenneville Out as Panthers Head Coach
    Joel Quenneville has resigned as head coach of the Florida Panthers in the wake of the independent investigation commissioned by the Chicago Blackhawks into allegations against a former team video coach.
    https://www.si.com/hockey/news/joel-...ers-head-coach

    Will the Blackhawks' Scandal Affect the Futures of Kane and Toews?
    Kane and Toews finishing their careers as Blackhawks once seemed a certainty. Given all that's transpired on and off the ice, however, one has to think that'll change.
    https://www.si.com/hockey/news/will-...kane-and-toews



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    Hockey Hall to remove Aldrich's name from Cup at Blackhawks' request
    Beach alleges sexual assault by then-video coach in 2010 with Chicago
    https://www.nhl.com/news/chicago-ask...up/c-327363068



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    Blackhawks case 'wake-up call' for all teams, Commissioner Bettman says
    NHL to seek input from outside professionals, create network to help at all levels in wake of sexual abuse report
    https://www.nhl.com/news/nhl-commiss...ll/c-327470302

    Craig retires as NHL's top outdoor ice rink expert, leaves lasting legacy
    'Winter Classic would have started and ended' without him, Deputy Commissioner Daly says
    https://www.nhl.com/news/dan-craig-r...cy/c-327467270

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    Crosby tests positive for COVID-19, out for Penguins against Flyers
    Center made season debut Saturday, return to lineup unclear; Letang could be back Thursday
    https://www.nhl.com/news/sidney-cros...us/c-327538644

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    THE EDMONTON OILERS (1979-1990)
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES AND RETIRED NUMBERS


    01. 1997 - Glen Sather
    02. 1999 - (#99) Wayne Gretzky
    03. 2001 - (#17) Jari Kurri
    04. 2003 - (#31) Grant Fuhr
    05. 2004 - (#7) Paul Coffey
    06. 2007 - (#11) Mark Messier
    07. 2008 - (#9) Glenn Anderson
    08. 2020 - (#4) Kevin Lowe

    Kevin Lowe - Hall of Fame Plaque Unveiling
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCaoKsOubk8

    Kevin Lowe Jersey Retirement Tribute
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fVJs83GAssc

    Kevin Lowe Banner Raising
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJaU_In1d28

    Oilers honour Kevin Lowe #4.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDO-2L0yGo8

    Kevin Lowe on the Oilers glory days
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YzHLJXOH2M

    Oilers retire Lowe's No. 4, gift him painting with old teammates
    https://www.nhl.com/news/edmonton-oi...-4/c-327643528

    Lowe & Behold
    https://www.nhl.com/oilers/indepth/lowe-and-behold

    Kevin Lowe Banner Raising
    https://www.nhl.com/oilers/video/kev...7406/c-9418072

    Lowe's Hall of Fame plaque unveiled
    https://www.nhl.com/oilers/news/blog...ed/c-327623386

    Lowe Jersey Retirement Tribute
    https://www.nhl.com/oilers/video/low...7406/c-9409936

    Kevin Lowe Hall Of Fame Plaque Unveiling
    https://www.nhl.com/oilers/photos/lo...04/p-327625478

    Kevin Lowe Jersey Retirement Ceremony
    https://www.nhl.com/oilers/photos/Ke...48/p-327630410

    Oilers set for Kevin Lowe celebration and banner raising
    https://www.nhl.com/oilers/news/rele...ng/c-327330754

    Kevin Lowe’s Jersey Retirement Gives Oilers Fans a Shot at Atonement
    https://thehockeywriters.com/oilers-...ans-atonement/

    Doing 'all the dirty jobs' put ultimate team player Kevin Lowe in Hall of Fame
    https://www.sportsnet.ca/nhl/article...owe-hall-fame/

    Oilers retire Kevin Lowe's jersey, raise his No. 4 to rafters
    https://www.sportsnet.ca/nhl/video/o...ise-4-rafters/

    Kevin Lowe's jersey retirement ceremony a night to remember
    https://edmontonsun.com/opinion/colu...ht-to-remember

    An honour worth the wait for Oilers defenceman Kevin Lowe
    https://edmontonsun.com/sports/hocke...man-kevin-lowe

    Oilers' great Lowe to see jersey raised to Rogers Place rafters
    https://edmonton.ctvnews.ca/oilers-g...ters-1.5653497

    Edmonton Oilers to retire Kevin Lowe’s No. 4 Friday night
    https://globalnews.ca/news/8350881/e...y-retired-nhl/

    Former Rangers great Kevin Lowe has No. 4 Oilers jersey retired
    https://nypost.com/2021/11/05/ex-ran...ersey-retired/

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    Lowe, Wilson, St-Pierre, Holland among those to express gratitude at ring ceremony
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    Ovechkin passes Hull with NHL goal No. 742 for Capitals, 4th in history
    Forward scores in first period of win against Blue Jackets
    https://www.nhl.com/news/capitals-ov...42/c-327872398

    NHL 500+ GOALS CLUB

    01. 894 – Wayne Gretzky
    02. 801 – Gordie Howe
    03. 766 – Jaromir Jagr
    04. 750 – Alex Ovechkin
    05. 741 – Brett Hull
    06. 731 – Marcel Dionne
    07. 717 – Phil Esposito
    08. 708 – Mike Gartner
    09. 694 – Mark Messier
    10. 692 – Steve Yzerman
    11. 690 – Mario Lemieux
    12. 684 – Teemu Selanne
    13. 668 – Luc Robitaille
    14. 656 – Brendan Shanahan
    15. 640 – Dave Andreychuk
    16. 625 – Joe Sakic
    17. 625 – Jarome Iginla
    18. 610 – Bobby Hull
    19. 608 – Dino Ciccarelli
    20. 601 – Jari Kurri
    21. 577 – Mark Recchi
    22. 573 – Mike Bossy
    23. 566 – Patrick Marleau
    24. 564 – Mats Sundin
    25. 564 – Joe Nieuwendyk
    26. 561 – Mike Modano
    27. 560 – Guy Lafleur
    28. 556 – Johnny Bucyk
    29. 549 – Ron Francis
    30. 548 – Michel Goulet
    31. 544 – Maurice Richard
    32. 541 – Stan Mikita
    33. 538 – Keith Tkachuk
    34. 533 – Frank Mahovlich
    35. 525 – Marian Hossa
    36. 524 – Bryan Trottier
    37. 522 – Pat Verbeek
    38. 518 – Dale Hawerchuk
    39. 515 – Pierre Turgeon
    40. 513 – Jeremy Roenick
    41. 512 – Gilbert Perreault
    42. 507 – Jean Beliveau
    43. 503 – Peter Bondra
    44. 502 – Joe Mullen
    45. 500 – Lanny McDonald

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    NHL IRON MAN STREAK

    01. 964 - Doug Jarvis (October 8, 1975 - October 10, 1987)
    02. 935 - Keith Yandle (March 26, 2009-Present)
    03. 915 - Phil Kessel (November 3, 2009-Present)
    04. 914 - Garry Unger (February 24, 1968 - December 21, 1979)
    05. 910 - Patrick Marleau (April 9, 2009-Present)

    ACTIVE NHL IRON MEN

    01. 935 - Keith Yandle (March 26, 2009-Present)
    02. 915 - Phil Kessel (November 3, 2009-Present)
    03. 910 - Patrick Marleau (April 9, 2009-Present)
    04. 611 - Brent Burns (November 21, 2013-Present)

    NHL IRON MAN STREAK

    List of NHL players with 500+ consecutive games played


    01. 964 - Doug Jarvis (October 8, 1975 - October 10, 1987)
    02. 935 - Keith Yandle (March 26, 2009-Present)
    03. 915 - Phil Kessel (November 3, 2009-Present)
    04. 914 - Garry Unger (February 24, 1968 - December 21, 1979)
    05. 910 - Patrick Marleau (April 9, 2009-Present)
    06. 884 - Steve Larmer (October 6, 1982 - April 15, 1993)
    07. 830 - Andrew Cogliano (October 4, 2007 - January 13, 2018)
    08. 776 - Craig Ramsay (March 27, 1973 - February 10, 1983)
    09. 737 - Jay Bouwmeester (March 6, 2004 - November 22, 2014)
    10. 679 - Henrik Sedin (March 21, 2004 - January 18, 2014)
    11. 630 - Andy Hebenton (October 7, 1955 - March 22, 1964)
    12. 622 - Karl Alzner (October 8, 2010 - April 7, 2018)
    13. 611 - Brent Burns (November 21, 2013-Present)
    14. 580 - Johnny Wilson (February 10, 1952 - March 20, 1960)
    15. 576 - Billy Harris (October 7, 1972 - November 28, 1979)
    16. 570 - Mark Recchi (October 4, 1991 - December 11, 1998) Inducted in 2017
    17. 566 - Danny Grant (December 4, 1968 - December 19, 1975)
    18. 548 - Alex Delvecchio (December 13, 1956 - November 11, 1964) Inducted in 1977
    19. 542 - Brendan Morrison (February 27, 2000 - December 12, 2007)
    20. 519 - Craig MacTavish (October 12, 1986 - January 2, 1993)
    21. 513 - Brad Boyes (October 5, 2005 - November 23, 2011)
    22. 509 - Andrew Brunette (January 2, 2002 - February 19, 2009)
    23. 509 - John Marks (October 27, 1973 - December 30, 1979)
    24. 508 - Murray Murdoch (November 16, 1926 - March 21, 1937)
    25. 502 - Glenn Hall (October 6, 1955 - November 7, 1962) Inducted in 1975

    NHL IRON MAN STREAK

    List of Retired NHL players with 500+ consecutive games played


    01. 964 - Doug Jarvis (October 8, 1975 - October 10, 1987)
    02. 914 - Garry Unger (February 24, 1968 - December 21, 1979)
    03. 884 - Steve Larmer (October 6, 1982 - April 15, 1993)
    04. 830 - Andrew Cogliano (October 4, 2007 - January 13, 2018)
    05. 776 - Craig Ramsay (March 27, 1973 - February 10, 1983)
    06. 737 - Jay Bouwmeester (March 6, 2004 - November 22, 2014)
    07. 679 - Henrik Sedin (March 21, 2004 - January 18, 2014)
    08. 630 - Andy Hebenton (October 7, 1955 - March 22, 1964)
    09. 622 - Karl Alzner (October 8, 2010 - April 7, 2018)
    10. 580 - Johnny Wilson (February 10, 1952 - March 20, 1960)
    11. 576 - Billy Harris (October 7, 1972 - November 28, 1979)
    12. 570 - Mark Recchi (October 4, 1991 - December 11, 1998) Inducted in 2017
    13. 566 - Danny Grant (December 4, 1968 - December 19, 1975)
    14. 548 - Alex Delvecchio (December 13, 1956 - November 11, 1964) Inducted in 1977
    15. 542 - Brendan Morrison (February 27, 2000 - December 12, 2007)
    16. 519 - Craig MacTavish (October 12, 1986 - January 2, 1993)
    17. 513 - Brad Boyes (October 5, 2005 - November 23, 2011)
    18. 509 - Andrew Brunette (January 2, 2002 - February 19, 2009)
    19. 509 - John Marks (October 27, 1973 - December 30, 1979)
    20. 508 - Murray Murdoch (November 16, 1926 - March 21, 1937)
    21. 502 - Glenn Hall (October 6, 1955 - November 7, 1962) Inducted in 1975

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...e_games_played

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    Highlights from Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2020 speeches
    Iginla, Lowe, St-Pierre, Holland, Hossa, Wilson inducted; Commissioner Bettman says ceremony shows 'returning to normalcy'
    https://www.nhl.com/news/hockey-hall...?tid=283496592

    Iginla overcame own doubts to reach Hockey Hall of Fame
    Forward became elite scorer in NHL, won two Olympic gold medals with Canada
    https://www.nhl.com/news/jarome-igin...?tid=283496592

    Hossa's journey to Hall of Fame defined by consistency, reliability
    Former teammates, coach praise forward, three-time Stanley Cup winner for defense, strength on puck
    https://www.nhl.com/news/marian-hoss...?tid=283496592

    Lowe won with intangibles on way to Hockey Hall of Fame
    Key part of Oilers dynasty led by example on, off ice
    https://www.nhl.com/news/kevin-lowe-...?tid=283496592

    Wilson entrance into Hockey Hall of Fame worth the wait
    Norris Trophy-winning defenseman with Blackhawks, current Sharks GM voted in during 24th year of eligibility
    https://www.nhl.com/news/doug-wilson...?tid=283496592

    Holland persevered, adapted on way to Hockey Hall of Fame
    Former Red Wings and current Oilers GM won Cups despite roster turnover, arrival of salary cap
    https://www.nhl.com/news/ken-holland...?tid=283496592

    St-Pierre's confidence paved way to Hockey Hall of Fame
    Member of 2020 class won three Olympic gold medals, five world championships as goalie for Canada
    https://www.nhl.com/news/st-pierres-...?tid=283496592

    Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2022 could include Sedin brothers
    Forwards played 17 seasons with Canucks; Luongo, Zetterberg among those to be considered
    https://www.nhl.com/news/hhof-class-...in/c-327978336
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    Makes 30 saves to become third goalie in NHL history to reach milestone
    https://www.nhl.com/news/chicago-bla...ap/c-328788996

    Fleury praised by players, coaches for reaching 500 NHL wins
    Unbelievable' Blackhawks goalie joins Roy, Brodeur in exclusive club
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    Ovechkin 'will pass me' for NHL goals record, Gretzky says: report
    Capitals forward needs 143 goals to break mark of 894
    https://www.nhl.com/news/wayne-gretz...rd/c-329213182

    The Carnegie Initiative launches with the goal of ensuring more inclusive culture in hockey
    https://www.espn.com/nhl/story/_/id/...culture-hockey

    Hockey diversity and inclusion summit to be held in conjunction with Willie O'Ree number retirement
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    Lost during year include Rangers icon, father of NHL scoring leader, member of 'French Connection' line with Sabres
    https://www.nhl.com/news/hockey-deat...es/c-329203364

    John Muckler

    Jan. 4 (age 86)

    An NHL coach and executive, Muckler was part of the Edmonton Oilers teams that won the Stanley Cup five times from 1984-90, first as an assistant under Glen Sather in 1984, 1985, 1987 and 1988. A year after Wayne Gretzky was traded to the Los Angeles Kings on Aug. 8, 1988, and with Sather choosing to focus on his general manager duties, Muckler guided the Oilers to their fifth championship in 1990, his first of two seasons as coach. He was 75-65 with 20 ties from 1989-91 before leaving to become director of hockey operations for the Buffalo Sabres. Muckler went on to coach the Sabres and New York Rangers, and as Ottawa Senators GM helped build the team that made it to the 2007 Stanley Cup Final.

    George Armstrong

    Jan. 24 (age 90)

    The Hockey Hall of Fame forward helped the Toronto Maple Leafs win the Stanley Cup four times in the 1960s and was one of the first players of Indigenous descent to play professional hockey. He played all 21 of his NHL seasons for the Maple Leafs, 12 as their captain, is one of the One Hundred Greatest Maple Leafs, had his No. 10 retired by Toronto, and is a member of Legends Row. Armstrong ended his NHL career owning Maple Leafs records for seasons and games played (1,188), during which he scored 713 points (296 goals, 417 assists). He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1975.

    Ralph Backstrom

    Feb. 7 (age 83)

    The center was a six-time Stanley Cup winner with the Montreal Canadiens who scored 639 points (278 goals, 361 assists) in 1,032 NHL games for the Canadiens, Los Angeles Kings and Chicago Black Hawks between 1956-57 and 1972-73. He won the 1959 Calder Trophy voted as NHL rookie of the year and would become Montreal's No. 3 center behind Jean Beliveau and Henri Richard.

    Walter Gretzky

    March 4 (age 82)

    The father of Wayne Gretzky was affectionately known as "Canada's Hockey Dad" and the most famous father in hockey history. Wayne was 7 months old when Walter and his wife, Phyllis, bought a home in Brantford, Ontario. It was in the backyard that Walter built the legendary rink where he would school Wayne on the fundamentals of hockey, his son having learned to skate about 12 miles away on the Nith River at his grandmother's farm. Walter was close to every step of his son's career, from his days as a minor hockey phenom through his professional debut in the World Hockey Association and into the NHL, where he won the Stanley Cup four times with the Edmonton Oilers, played for the Los Angeles Kings, St. Louis Blues and Rangers; and owns NHL records for most regular-season goals (894), assists (1,963) and points (2,857).


    NHL Tonight: Walter Gretzky

    08:54 • March 5th, 2021

    Mark Pavelich

    March 4 (age 63)

    The forward was part of the "Miracle on Ice" gold medal-winning men's hockey team for the United States at the 1980 Lake Placid Olympics. Pavelich scored seven points (one goal, six assists) in seven games. He had two assists, including one on Mike Eruzione's game-winning goal, in the famed 4-3 win against the Soviet Union in the semifinals. He played seven NHL seasons, scoring 329 points (137 goals, 192 assists) in 355 games for the Rangers, Minnesota North Stars and San Jose Sharks. His first four seasons were with the Rangers under Herb Brooks, the coach of the 1980 Olympic team.

    Bob Plager

    March 24 (age 78)

    An original member of the Blues, the defenseman became a fan favorite for his physical style of play and the many roles he filled with the team after retirement. The last surviving member of the three Plager brothers, all of whom helped define the early years of the franchise that entered the NHL in 1967, Bob is 10th in Blues history with 616 games played and 762 penalty minutes. He retired in 1978 having played 645 NHL games for the Rangers and Blues, and scoring 146 points (20 goals, 126 assists) with 800 penalty minutes. Plager was a large part of why the Blues went to the Stanley Cup Final their first three seasons, swept in 1968 and 1969 by the Canadiens, then in 1970 by the Boston Bruins, and his No. 5 is one of seven retired by St. Louis. He was named their 16th coach May 1, 1992, coaching them for 11 games (4-6 with one tie) to start the 1992-93 season.

    Bobby Schmautz

    March 28 (age 76)

    The forward is best known for the overtime goal he scored for the Bruins in Game 4 of the 1978 Stanley Cup Final. The goal against goalie Ken Dryden at 6:22 of overtime gave the Bruins a 4-3 victory against the Canadiens at Boston Garden on May 21, 1978 to tie the best-of-7 series before Montreal won the Cup in six games. Schmautz began his NHL career in 1967-68 with the Chicago Black Hawks but came to prominence after he joined the expansion Vancouver Canucks in 1970-71. He scored 35 points (17 goals, 18 assists) in 86 games in his first two seasons before a breakout season in 1972-73, when he led Vancouver with 71 points (38 goals, 33 assists) and 137 penalty minutes in 77 games. Schmautz was traded to the Bruins for forwards Fred O'Donnell, Chris Oddleifson and Mike Walton on Feb. 7, 1974. He scored at least 20 goals and had at least 62 penalty minutes in each of his five full seasons with Boston.

    Johnny Peirson

    April 16 (age 95)

    The forward played his entire 11-season NHL career for the Bruins and scored 20 goals four times, including NHL career highs of 27 goals and 52 points in 1949-50. He helped Boston reach the Stanley Cup Final three times (1952-53, 1956-57, 1957-58), was a two-time NHL All Star (1950, 1951) and scored 326 points (153 goals, 173 assists) in 544 games. Peirson became a color commentator for the Bruins after his playing career and teamed with Fred Cusick to cover the teams that won the Stanley Cup in 1970 and 1972.

    Miroslav Frycer

    April 27 (age 61)

    After Frycer played for Czechoslovakia at the 1980 Olympics, he played eight NHL seasons as a forward for the Quebec Nordiques, Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit Red Wings and Edmonton Oilers. He scored a hat trick in his second NHL game for the Nordiques, a 6-4 win against the Maple Leafs on Oct. 17, 1981 and was traded to Toronto on March 9, 1982. Frycer scored at least 20 goals in his first three NHL seasons and led the Maple Leafs with 75 points (32 goals, 43 assists) in 1985-86.

    Gilles Lupien

    May 18 (age 67)

    Lupien played five NHL seasons for the Canadiens, Pittsburgh Penguins and Hartford Whalers, and won the Stanley Cup with Montreal in 1978 and 1979. He became an agent when he retired following the 1981-82 season, and represented NHL players including Martin Brodeur, Roberto Luongo, Steve Bernier, Corey Crawford and Sean Couturier. Lupien later owned Longueuil and Victoriaville of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.

    Tom Kurvers

    June 21 (age 58)

    The former NHL defenseman was diagnosed with lung cancer in January 2019 despite not being a smoker. He had been assistant general manager of the Minnesota Wild since July 17, 2018, worked with the A Breath of Hope Lung Foundation for lung cancer awareness since his diagnosis, and ran in the 10K A Breath of Hope Lung Run/Walk Twin Cities in 2019, raising more than $100,000. Kurvers won the Hobey Baker Award given to the top men's player in NCAA Division I ice hockey in 1984, when he scored 76 points (18 goals, 58 assists) in 43 games as a senior at the University of Minnesota Duluth. He won the Stanley Cup with the Canadiens in 1986, and scored 421 points (93 goals, 328 assists) in 659 NHL games for the Anaheim Ducks, New York Islanders, Canucks, Maple Leafs, New Jersey Devils, Buffalo Sabres and Canadiens. Kurvers was a radio analyst, pro scout and director of player personnel for the Phoenix Coyotes, and assistant general manager, GM and senior adviser of the Tampa Bay Lightning before joining the Wild.

    Rene Robert

    June 22 (age 72)

    Robert was best known as the right wing of the "French Connection" line for the Sabres during the 1970s. He skated with center Gilbert Perreault and left wing Richard Martin, and helped the Sabres reach the 1975 Stanley Cup Final in their fifth NHL season, when they lost in six games to the Philadelphia Flyers. That season Robert scored an NHL career-high 100 points (40 goals, 60 assists) and was named Sabres MVP. He scored 702 points (284 goals, 418 assists) in 744 NHL games for the Maple Leafs, Penguins, Sabres and Colorado Rockies, scoring 40 goals twice (1972-73, 1974-75). His most famous goal gave Buffalo a 5-4 win at 18:29 of overtime in Game 3 of the Final, one that featured several delays to skate off a fog that shrouded the ice, a bat circling the rink that caused a few additional delays, and a fan who tried to pick a fight with Flyers forward Dave Schultz.

    Matiss Kivlenieks

    July 4 (age 24)

    The Columbus Blue Jackets goalie prospect died in an accident during a celebration in Michigan following the wedding of goaltending coach Manny Legace's daughter, Sabrina. Kivlenieks worked his way up from Kalamazoo of the ECHL and Cleveland of the American Hockey League to make his NHL debut against the New York Rangers, a 2-1 win at Madison Square Garden on Jan. 19, 2020. He was 2-2-2 with a 3.09 goals-against average and .899 save percentage in eight NHL games (six starts). Kivlenieks played for Latvia at the 2021 IIHF World Championship and was 1-1-2 with a 2.18 GAA, .922 save percentage and one shutout in four games.


    Blue Jackets honor Kivlenieks

    03:33 • October 14th, 2021

    Bryan "Bugsy" Watson

    July 8 (age 78)

    The defenseman played 877 NHL games for the Canadiens, Detroit Red Wings, Oakland Seals, Penguins, Blues and Washington Capitals in 16 seasons from 1963-79. He scored 152 points (17 goals, 135 assists) and had 2,214 penalty minutes, most in NHL history when he played his final game. He coached Gretzky with the Oilers in 1980-81, their second season in the NHL, and was 4-9-5 before being replaced by general manager Glen Sather.

    Tony Esposito

    Aug. 10 (age 78)

    Esposito earned a place in the Hockey Hall of Fame with his brother, Phil Esposito, by winning more than 400 games with the Black Hawks and having perhaps the greatest season of any rookie goalie in NHL history. "Tony O" became an instant hit in Chicago by going 38-17 with eight ties, a 2.17 GAA and 15 shutouts, still the modern-day, single season record for an NHL goalie. He was voted winner of the Calder Trophy as NHL rookie of the year, and the Vezina Trophy as best goalie for helping Chicago allow the fewest goals, and joined Phil, a center with the Bruins, as NHL First-Team All-Stars. He helped the Black Hawks reach the Stanley Cup Final in 1971 and 1973, losing to the Canadiens each time. Esposito won the Vezina two more times (1971-72 and 1973-74), was 423-306 with 152 ties, a 2.93 GAA and 76 shutouts, and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1988, four years after his brother. The Blackhawks retired his No. 35 on Nov. 20, 1988, then honored him again on March 19, 2008, by staging "Tony Esposito Night," when was named a team ambassador.


    Remembering Tony Esposito

    03:56 • August 10th, 2021

    Rod Gilbert

    Aug. 22 (age 80)

    The Hall of Fame member played his entire 18-season NHL career for the Rangers, scoring 1,021 points (406 goals, 615 assists) in 1,065 regular-season games and 67 points (34 goals, 33 assists) in 79 Stanley Cup Playoff games. He ranks first in Rangers history in goals and points, is second in assists and third in games played. "Mr. Ranger" had back-to-back 77-point seasons in 1967-68 and 1968-69, then scored 30 goals for the first time in 1970-71. His breakout season came in 1971-72, when he joined Jean Ratelle and Vic Hadfield to form the "GAG (Goal-A-Game) Line." Gilbert finished with 43 goals and 97 points and helped the Rangers to the Stanley Cup Final, a six-game loss to the Bruins. He was the first player in Rangers history to have his number retired when his No. 7 went up the Garden rafters Oct. 14, 1979. Three years later, he was inducted into the Hall of Fame.


    Rod Gilbert passes away at 80

    01:51 • August 23rd, 2021

    Jimmy Hayes

    Aug. 23 (age 31)

    Hayes played seven NHL seasons for four teams, scoring 109 points (54 goals, 55 assists) in 334 regular-season games with the Chicago Blackhawks, Florida Panthers, Bruins and New Jersey Devils. He helped Boston College win its second straight NCAA Division I championship in 2008, scoring 35 points (13 goals, 22 assists) in 42 games as a sophomore, including an assist in a 5-0 win against Wisconsin in the title game. Among his teammates were Rangers forward Chris Kreider, Flyers forward Cam Atkinson and Penguins defenseman Brian Dumoulin. Hayes' younger brother, Kevin Hayes, is a center for the Flyers. They were teammates at Boston College for the 2010-11 season. He was the cousin of Calgary Flames forward Matthew Tkachuk and Ottawa Senators forward Brady Tkachuk.


    Remembering Jimmy Hayes

    03:22 • August 23rd, 2021

    Fred Stanfield

    Sept. 13 (age 77)

    Nicknamed "Steady Freddy" by Bruins fans, Stanfield scored at least 20 goals in six consecutive seasons. He skated between Johnny Bucyk and John McKenzie on Boston's second line of the early 1970s, winning the Stanley Cup in 1970 and 1972, and scoring 616 points (211 goals, 405 assists) with 134 penalty minutes in 914 games in 14 NHL seasons. Stanfield scored 56 points (21 goals, 35 assists) in 106 playoff games, with 16 points in each of the Bruins' two championship runs.

    Lou Angotti

    Sept. 16 (age 83)

    Angotti was the first captain of the Flyers who played 10 NHL seasons and twice in the Stanley Cup Final for the Black Hawks (1971, 1973). The forward was named captain of the expansion Flyers after he was selected from Chicago in the 1967 NHL Expansion Draft. He scored an NHL career-high 49 points (12 goals, 37 assists) to help Philadelphia win the West Division before losing to the Blues in the best-of-7 Stanley Cup Quarterfinals. Angotti became a player-coach for the Blues after Jean-Guy Talbot was fired with 23 games remaining in the 1973-74 season. Angotti was fired nine games into 1974-75 (2-5-2) and went to the World Hockey Association to play 26 games for the Chicago Cougars. He returned to the NHL as Penguins coach in 1983-84 (16-58-6). The Toronto native is one of three Black Hawks with a four-point game in the Final (Stan Mikita, Game 5, 1973; Dustin Byfuglien, Game 5, 2010), scoring two goals with two assists in a 5-3 victory in Game 2 of the 1971 series. He scored 289 points (103 goals, 186 assists) in 653 regular-season games and 16 points (eight goals, eight assists) in 65 postseason games.

    Leo Boivin

    Oct. 16 (age 90)

    The Hockey Hall of Famer was one of the hardest-hitting defensemen in the NHL throughout the 1950s and 1960s, and captain of the Bruins from 1963-66. Boivin finished his NHL career with 322 points (72 goals, 250 assists) in 1,150 games through 19 seasons and 13 points (three goals, 10 assists) in 54 playoff games. He remained active in hockey for many years after his retirement as a player, mostly as a scout, although he twice coached the Blues for brief stints. He worked with the Blues for a decade, then moved on to the Hartford Whalers before retiring in 1993.

    Curt Ridley

    Dec. 19 (age 70)

    Ridley was a goalie who went 27-47-16 with a 3.88 goals-against average, .872 save percentage and one shutout in 104 NHL games for the Rangers, Canucks and Maple Leafs. He played two seasons for Portage of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League and was the first player selected directly from Tier II Junior A when the Boston Bruins chose him in the second round (No. 28) of the 1971 NHL Draft.

    Bob McCammon

    Dec. 23 (age 80)

    McCammon was 221-224-67 (ties) in eight seasons as an NHL coach, four each with the Flyers (1978-79, 1981-84) and Canucks (1987-91), and was voted runner-up for the Jack Adams Award as NHL coach of the year with Vancouver in 1988-89, behind Pat Burns of the Montreal Canadiens. He also was general manager of the Flyers in 1983-84, director of player development for the Edmonton Oilers when they won the Stanley Cup in 1987 and a scout for the Detroit Red Wings when they won the Cup in 2002 and 2008. McCammon played 11 seasons as a forward for Port Huron of the International Hockey League (1962-73). He also won back-to-back Calder Cup championships as coach of Maine in the American Hockey League (1978, 1979).
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    I'm curious as to why you post the entire NHL.com article if you have already posted the link.

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    NHL legend Patrick Marleau's son came close to being kidnapped, according to his wife Christina
    https://ca.sports.yahoo.com/news/nhl...214233599.html
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    O'Ree has number retired by Bruins, was first Black player in NHL
    'Overwhelmed and thrilled' to be honored on anniversary of debut in 1958
    https://www.nhl.com/news/boston-brui...er/c-329916270

    O'Ree Congressional Gold Medal bill passed by House of Representatives
    Bipartisan vote final legislative act to award highest honor to first Black player in NHL
    https://www.nhl.com/news/willie-oree...?tid=285562886

    O'Ree Congressional Gold Medal bill signed into law by President Biden
    First Black player in NHL history will receive Congress' highest honor
    https://www.nhl.com/news/willie-oree...en/c-330428864

    Clark Gillies dies at 67, four-time Islanders Stanley Cup winner
    Forward in Hockey Hall of Fame, also played for Sabres in 14 NHL seasons
    https://www.nhl.com/news/islanders-g...67/c-330041618

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    Yandle cites 'love for the game' in pursuit of NHL ironman record
    Flyers defenseman will pass Jarvis by playing 965th consecutive regular-season game Tuesday
    https://www.nhl.com/news/keith-yandl...rd/c-330107636

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    Yandle of Flyers ties NHL consecutive games played record at 964
    Defenseman plays against Stars, can pass Jarvis for mark against Islanders on Tuesday
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    Jarvis 'fortunate' to set NHL ironman mark, excited Yandle is passing him
    Center's record of 964 straight games set to be broken by Flyers defenseman Tuesday
    https://www.nhl.com/news/doug-jarvis...im/c-330129836

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    Yandle plays in 965th consecutive game to break Jarvis' NHL record
    Flyers defenseman sets mark against Islanders, becomes League's new 'Ironman'

    https://www.nhl.com/news/flyers-keit...er/c-330172548

    Yandle plays in 965th consecutive game to break Jarvis' NHL record
    Flyers defenseman sets mark against Islanders, becomes new 'Ironman'

    https://www.nhl.com/news/flyers-keit...er/c-330172548

    NHL IRON MAN STREAK

    01. 968 - Keith Yandle (March 26, 2009-Present)
    02. 964 - Doug Jarvis (October 8, 1975 - October 10, 1987)
    03. 948 - Phil Kessel (November 3, 2009-Present)
    04. 914 - Garry Unger (February 24, 1968 - December 21, 1979)
    05. 910 - Patrick Marleau (April 9, 2009-Present)

    ACTIVE NHL IRON MEN

    01. 968 - Keith Yandle (March 26, 2009-Present)
    02. 948 - Phil Kessel (November 3, 2009-Present)
    03. 910 - Patrick Marleau (April 9, 2009-Present)
    04. 643 - Brent Burns (November 21, 2013-Present)

    NHL IRON MAN STREAK

    List of NHL players with 500+ consecutive games played


    01. 968 - Keith Yandle (March 26, 2009-Present)
    02. 964 - Doug Jarvis (October 8, 1975 - October 10, 1987)
    03. 948 - Phil Kessel (November 3, 2009-Present)
    04. 914 - Garry Unger (February 24, 1968 - December 21, 1979)
    05. 910 - Patrick Marleau (April 9, 2009-Present)
    06. 884 - Steve Larmer (October 6, 1982 - April 15, 1993)
    07. 830 - Andrew Cogliano (October 4, 2007 - January 13, 2018)
    08. 776 - Craig Ramsay (March 27, 1973 - February 10, 1983)
    09. 737 - Jay Bouwmeester (March 6, 2004 - November 22, 2014)
    10. 679 - Henrik Sedin (March 21, 2004 - January 18, 2014)
    11. 643 - Brent Burns (November 21, 2013-Present)
    12. 630 - Andy Hebenton (October 7, 1955 - March 22, 1964)
    13. 622 - Karl Alzner (October 8, 2010 - April 7, 2018)
    14. 580 - Johnny Wilson (February 10, 1952 - March 20, 1960)
    15. 576 - Billy Harris (October 7, 1972 - November 28, 1979)
    16. 570 - Mark Recchi (October 4, 1991 - December 11, 1998) Inducted in 2017
    17. 566 - Danny Grant (December 4, 1968 - December 19, 1975)
    18. 548 - Alex Delvecchio (December 13, 1956 - November 11, 1964) Inducted in 1977
    19. 542 - Brendan Morrison (February 27, 2000 - December 12, 2007)
    20. 519 - Craig MacTavish (October 12, 1986 - January 2, 1993)
    21. 513 - Brad Boyes (October 5, 2005 - November 23, 2011)
    22. 509 - Andrew Brunette (January 2, 2002 - February 19, 2009)
    23. 509 - John Marks (October 27, 1973 - December 30, 1979)
    24. 508 - Murray Murdoch (November 16, 1926 - March 21, 1937)
    25. 502 - Glenn Hall (October 6, 1955 - November 7, 1962) Inducted in 1975

    NHL IRON MAN STREAK

    List of Retired NHL players with 500+ consecutive games played


    01. 964 - Doug Jarvis (October 8, 1975 - October 10, 1987)
    02. 914 - Garry Unger (February 24, 1968 - December 21, 1979)
    03. 884 - Steve Larmer (October 6, 1982 - April 15, 1993)
    04. 830 - Andrew Cogliano (October 4, 2007 - January 13, 2018)
    05. 776 - Craig Ramsay (March 27, 1973 - February 10, 1983)
    06. 737 - Jay Bouwmeester (March 6, 2004 - November 22, 2014)
    07. 679 - Henrik Sedin (March 21, 2004 - January 18, 2014)
    08. 630 - Andy Hebenton (October 7, 1955 - March 22, 1964)
    09. 622 - Karl Alzner (October 8, 2010 - April 7, 2018)
    10. 580 - Johnny Wilson (February 10, 1952 - March 20, 1960)
    11. 576 - Billy Harris (October 7, 1972 - November 28, 1979)
    12. 570 - Mark Recchi (October 4, 1991 - December 11, 1998) Inducted in 2017
    13. 566 - Danny Grant (December 4, 1968 - December 19, 1975)
    14. 548 - Alex Delvecchio (December 13, 1956 - November 11, 1964) Inducted in 1977
    15. 542 - Brendan Morrison (February 27, 2000 - December 12, 2007)
    16. 519 - Craig MacTavish (October 12, 1986 - January 2, 1993)
    17. 513 - Brad Boyes (October 5, 2005 - November 23, 2011)
    18. 509 - Andrew Brunette (January 2, 2002 - February 19, 2009)
    19. 509 - John Marks (October 27, 1973 - December 30, 1979)
    20. 508 - Murray Murdoch (November 16, 1926 - March 21, 1937)
    21. 502 - Glenn Hall (October 6, 1955 - November 7, 1962) Inducted in 1975

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    Phil Kessel https://www.nhl.com/player/phil-kessel-8473548
    Patrick Marleau https://www.nhl.com/player/patrick-marleau-8466139
    Brent Burns https://www.nhl.com/player/brent-burns-8470613

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    THE 2020 AND 2021 U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME INDUCTION CEREMONY

    FULL SHOW | 2021 U S Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Celebration
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Chlz0m8hQJc

    Jerry York | U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2020
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oyyNkbxiD-o

    Dean Blais | U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2020
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1M0qe4ofNH0

    Jenny Potter | U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2020
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrO7Oht9LNw

    Tony Granato | U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2020
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2p5BuomoUMs

    Stan Fischler | U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2021
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_6ObxfVkYdQ

    Peter McNab | U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2021
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p4iriJu8MF8

    Paul Holmgren | U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2021
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r12tELOrsdo

    THE 2020/2021 HOCKEY HALL OF FAME INDUCTION CEREMONY

    Kevin Lowe Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Speech (20/21)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzzlEsiP4FY

    Doug Wilson Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Speech (20/21)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hX9ZmNDnyko

    Ken Holland Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Speech (20/21)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQihSTSBpuc

    Jarome Iginla Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Speech (20/21)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QnulOH-eWPY

    Marian Hossa Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Speech (20/21)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GM6ijE9wzQ4

    Kim St-Pierre Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Speech (20/21)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NeoAq5ssydw

    MEDIA PREDICTIONS FOR THE 2022 HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

    NHL - Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2022 could include Sedin brothers
    Forwards played 17 seasons with Canucks; Luongo, Zetterberg among those to be considered
    https://www.nhl.com/news/hhof-class-...in/c-327978336

    NBC - Hockey Hall of Fame: Who will make up the Class of 2022?
    https://nhl.nbcsports.com/2021/11/16...class-of-2022/

    The Score - Looking ahead to the 2022 Hockey Hall of Fame ballot: Who will get the call?
    https://www.thescore.com/nhl/news/2217441

    The Hockey Writers - Hockey Hall of Fame: Who Becomes Eligible in 2022?
    https://thehockeywriters.com/hockey-...022-eligibles/

    Daily Face-off - Looking at candidates for the 2022 Hockey Hall of Fame class
    https://www.dailyfaceoff.com/looking...of-fame-class/

    BUILDER CATEGORY

    Red Berenson
    Herb Carnegie
    Viktor Tikhonov
    Ken Hitchcock
    Mike Keenan
    Bryan Murray
    Marguerite Norris

    PLAYER CATEGORY

    Henrik Sedin
    Daniel Sedin
    Roberto Luongo
    Henrik Zetterberg
    Vincent Lecavalier
    Brad Richards
    Jere Lehtinen

    Chris Osgood
    Markus Naslund
    Daniel Alfredsson
    Sergei Gonchar
    Milan Hejduk
    Patrik Elias
    Shane Doan
    Rick Nash
    Dan Boyle
    Tim Thomas

    Boris Mikhailov
    Kent Nilsson
    Gary Suter
    Steve Larmer
    Theo Fleury
    Alexander Mogilny
    Keith Tkachuk
    Pierre Turgeon
    Jeremy Roenick
    Rod Brind'Amour
    Tom Barrasso
    Curtis Joseph

    WOMEN'S HOCKEY

    Meghan Duggan
    Caroline Ouellette
    Jennifer Botterill
    Karyn Bye-Dietz
    Natalie Darwitz
    Maria Rooth
    Riikka Sallinen
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    Sidney Crosby joins the 500+ goals club

    https://www.nhl.com/news/penguins-si...al/c-330842730

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_HnZYPpv_8

    NHL 500+ GOALS CLUB

    01. 894 – Wayne Gretzky
    02. 801 – Gordie Howe
    03. 766 – Jaromir Jagr
    04. 761 – Alex Ovechkin
    05. 741 – Brett Hull
    06. 731 – Marcel Dionne
    07. 717 – Phil Esposito
    08. 708 – Mike Gartner
    09. 694 – Mark Messier
    10. 692 – Steve Yzerman
    11. 690 – Mario Lemieux
    12. 684 – Teemu Selanne
    13. 668 – Luc Robitaille
    14. 656 – Brendan Shanahan
    15. 640 – Dave Andreychuk
    16. 625 – Joe Sakic
    17. 625 – Jarome Iginla
    18. 610 – Bobby Hull
    19. 608 – Dino Ciccarelli
    20. 601 – Jari Kurri
    21. 577 – Mark Recchi
    22. 573 – Mike Bossy
    23. 566 – Patrick Marleau
    24. 564 – Mats Sundin
    25. 564 – Joe Nieuwendyk
    26. 561 – Mike Modano
    27. 560 – Guy Lafleur
    28. 556 – Johnny Bucyk
    29. 549 – Ron Francis
    30. 548 – Michel Goulet
    31. 544 – Maurice Richard
    32. 541 – Stan Mikita
    33. 538 – Keith Tkachuk
    34. 533 – Frank Mahovlich
    35. 525 – Marian Hossa
    36. 524 – Bryan Trottier
    37. 522 – Pat Verbeek
    38. 518 – Dale Hawerchuk
    39. 515 – Pierre Turgeon
    40. 513 – Jeremy Roenick
    41. 512 – Gilbert Perreault
    42. 507 – Jean Beliveau
    43. 503 – Peter Bondra
    44. 502 – Joe Mullen
    45. 500 – Lanny McDonald
    46. 500 – Sidney Crosby

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    Sidney Crosby https://www.nhl.com/player/sidney-crosby-8471675

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    O'Ree joins 'The Daily Show,' talks breaking NHL color barrier
    League legend discussed impaired vision, inspiring future generations
    https://www.nhl.com/news/the-daily-s...?tid=281396148

    Florida Panthers Name Brett Peterson Assistant General Manager
    https://www.nhl.com/panthers/news/fl...er/c-319655552

    Panthers name Peterson first Black assistant general manager in NHL
    Former player agent looking forward to working in market 'primed to pop'
    https://www.nhl.com/news/brett-peter...hl/c-319656232



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    Emile Francis dies at 95, built 1960s Rangers into contender
    Hockey Hall of Famer led New York to '72 Cup Final; also coached Blues, was Whalers GM
    https://www.nhl.com/news/rangers-hal...95/c-330990796

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    NHL statement on Russia invasion of Ukraine

    https://www.nhl.com/news/nhl-stateme...ne/c-331296136

    NEW YORK - The National Hockey League condemns Russia's invasion of Ukraine and urges a peaceful resolution as quickly as possible. Effective immediately, we are suspending our relationships with our business partners in Russia and we are pausing our Russian language social and digital media sites. In addition, we are discontinuing any consideration of Russia as a location for any future competitions involving the NHL.

    We also remain concerned about the well-being of the players from Russia, who play in the NHL on behalf of their NHL Clubs, and not on behalf of Russia. We understand they and their families are being placed in an extremely difficult position.

    Ovechkin addresses Russia invasion of Ukraine after Capitals practice

    https://www.nhl.com/news/alex-ovechk...ne/c-331184416

    ‘Chicken s***’: NHL great slams star, calls for Russian ban

    https://www.foxsports.com.au/nhl/nhl...94b94d4ba228ce

    https://twitter.com/hasek_dominik/st...2%2Fframe.html



    GRETZKY'S COMMENTS ON RUSSIA GO A LONG WAY
    With his carefully-chosen words this weekend, Gretzky has supported the right cause. Hockey needs more people like that. He is known as the Great One for very good reason, but he just got a little bit greater.
    https://thehockeynews.com/news/gretz...-go-a-long-way
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    Ovechkin scores twice, ties Gretzky, Bossy with nine 50-goal NHL seasons
    Capitals forward's 158th multigoal game ties Brett Hull for second in League history
    https://www.nhl.com/news/alex-ovechk...me/c-333235844

    NHL 500+ GOALS CLUB

    01. 894 - Wayne Gretzky
    02. 801 - Gordie Howe
    03. 780 - Alex Ovechkin
    04. 766 - Jaromir Jagr
    05. 741 - Brett Hull
    06. 731 - Marcel Dionne
    07. 717 - Phil Esposito
    08. 708 - Mike Gartner
    09. 694 - Mark Messier
    10. 692 - Steve Yzerman
    11. 690 - Mario Lemieux
    12. 684 - Teemu Selanne
    13. 668 - Luc Robitaille
    14. 656 - Brendan Shanahan
    15. 640 - Dave Andreychuk
    16. 625 - Joe Sakic
    17. 625 - Jarome Iginla
    18. 610 - Bobby Hull
    19. 608 - Dino Ciccarelli
    20. 601 - Jari Kurri
    21. 577 - Mark Recchi
    22. 573 - Mike Bossy
    23. 566 - Patrick Marleau
    24. 564 - Mats Sundin
    25. 564 - Joe Nieuwendyk
    26. 561 - Mike Modano
    27. 560 - Guy Lafleur
    28. 556 - Johnny Bucyk
    29. 549 - Ron Francis
    30. 548 - Michel Goulet
    31. 544 - Maurice Richard
    32. 541 - Stan Mikita
    33. 538 - Keith Tkachuk
    34. 533 - Frank Mahovlich
    35. 525 - Marian Hossa
    36. 524 - Bryan Trottier
    37. 522 - Pat Verbeek
    38. 518 - Dale Hawerchuk
    39. 517 - Sidney Crosby
    40. 515 - Pierre Turgeon
    41. 513 - Jeremy Roenick
    42. 512 - Gilbert Perreault
    43. 507 - Jean Beliveau
    44. 503 - Peter Bondra
    45. 502 - Joe Mullen
    46. 500 - Lanny McDonald

    NHL 1000+ ASSISTS CLUB

    01. 1963 - Wayne Gretzky
    02. 1249 - Ron Francis
    03. 1193 - Mark Messier
    04. 1169 - Ray Bourque
    05. 1155 - Jaromir Jagr
    06. 1135 - Paul Coffey
    07. 1109 - Joe Thornton
    08. 1079 - Adam Oates
    09. 1063 - Steve Yzerman
    10. 1049 - Gordie Howe
    11. 1040 - Marcel Dionne
    12. 1033 - Mario Lemieux
    13. 1016 - Joe Sakic

    NHL 1000+ POINTS CLUB

    01. 2857 - Wayne Gretzky
    02. 1921 - Jaromir Jagr
    03. 1887 - Mark Messier
    04. 1850 - Gordie Howe
    05. 1798 - Ron Francis
    06. 1771 - Marcel Dionne
    07. 1755 - Steve Yzerman
    08. 1723 - Mario Lemieux
    09. 1641 - Joe Sakic
    10. 1590 - Phil Esposito
    11. 1579 - Ray Bourque
    12. 1539 - Joe Thornton
    13. 1533 - Mark Recchi
    14. 1531 - Paul Coffey
    15. 1467 - Stan Mikita
    16. 1457 - Teemu Selanne
    17. 1425 - Bryan Trottier
    18. 1420 - Adam Oates
    19. 1414 - Doug Gilmour
    20. 1410 - Alex Ovechkin
    21. 1409 - Sidney Crosby
    22. 1409 - Dale Hawerchuk
    23. 1398 - Jari Kurri
    24. 1394 - Luc Robitaille
    25. 1391 - Brett Hull
    26. 1374 - Mike Modano
    27. 1369 - Johnny Bucyk
    28. 1354 - Brendan Shanahan
    29. 1353 - Guy Lafleur
    30. 1349 - Mats Sundin
    31. 1338 - Dave Andreychuk
    32. 1338 - Denis Savard
    33. 1335 - Mike Gartner
    34. 1327 - Pierre Turgeon
    35. 1326 - Gilbert Perreault
    36. 1300 - Jarome Iginla
    37. 1281 - Alex Delvecchio
    38. 1274 - Al MacInnis
    39. 1267 - Jean Ratelle
    40. 1239 - Peter Stastny
    41. 1232 - Phil Housley
    42. 1229 - Norm Ullman
    43. 1219 - Jean Beliveau
    44. 1217 - Larry Murphy
    45. 1216 - Jeremy Roenick
    46. 1210 - Bobby Clarke
    47. 1209 - Bernie Nicholls
    48. 1205 - Vincent Damphousse
    49. 1200 - Dino Ciccarelli
    50. 1197 - Patrick Marleau
    51. 1184 - Rod Brind'Amour
    52. 1180 - Patrick Kane
    53. 1179 - Sergei Fedorov
    54. 1170 - Bobby Hull
    55. 1157 - Daniel Alfredsson
    56. 1153 - Michel Goulet
    57. 1146 - Evgeni Malkin
    58. 1142 - Nicklas Lidstrom
    59. 1134 - Marian Hossa
    60. 1130 - Bernie Federko
    61. 1126 - Mike Bossy
    62. 1126 - Joe Nieuwendyk
    63. 1121 - Darryl Sittler
    64. 1103 - Frank Mahovlich
    65. 1099 - Glenn Anderson
    66. 1088 - Theoren Fleury
    67. 1070 - Henrik Sedin
    68. 1069 - Dave Taylor
    69. 1067 - Anze Kopitar
    70. 1065 - Keith Tkachuk
    71. 1064 - Ray Whitney
    72. 1063 - Joe Mullen
    73. 1062 - Pat Verbeek
    74. 1052 - Denis Potvin
    75. 1046 - Henri Richard
    76. 1041 - Daniel Sedin
    77. 1036 - Bobby Smith
    78. 1034 - Eric Staal
    79. 1033 - Martin St. Louis
    80. 1033 - Doug Weight
    81. 1032 - Alexander Mogilny
    82. 1029 - Alexei Kovalev
    83. 1028 - Brian Leetch
    84. 1025 - Patrik Elias
    85. 1022 - Brian Bellows
    86. 1021 - Rod Gilbert
    87. 1020 - Dale Hunter
    88. 1019 - Ryan Getzlaf
    89. 1013 - Pat Lafontaine
    90. 1012 - Steve Larmer
    91. 1011 - Nicklas Backstrom
    92. 1006 - Lanny McDonald
    93. 1004 - Brian Propp
    94. 995 - Jason Spezza

    THE NUMBER OF 500+ GOAL-SCORERS
    WHO HAVE PLAYED FOR EACH NHL TEAM


    01. 11 - Detroit Red Wings
    02. 11 - New York Rangers
    03. 11 - Pittsburgh Penguins
    04. 8 - Toronto Maple Leafs
    05. 7 - Chicago Black Hawks / Blackhawks
    06. 7 - St. Louis Blues
    07. 6 - Boston Bruins
    08. 6 - Montreal Canadiens
    09. 6 - Calgary Flames
    10. 6 - Colorado Avalanche
    11. 6 - Dallas Stars
    12. 6 - Los Angeles Kings
    13. 5 - Hartford Whalers
    14. 5 - New Jersey Devils
    15. 5 - Washington Capitals
    16. 4 - Atlanta Thrashers
    17. 4 - Buffalo Sabres
    18. 4 - Chicago Blackhawks
    19. 4 - Philadelphia Flyers
    20. 4 - Phoenix Coyotes
    21. 4 - Quebec Nordiques
    22. 4 - Winnipeg Jets
    23. 3 - Chicago Black Hawks
    24. 3 - Edmonton Oilers
    25. 3 - Florida Panthers
    26. 3 - Mighty Ducks of Anaheim / Anaheim Ducks
    27. 3 - Minnesota North Stars
    28. 3 - New York Islanders
    29. 3 - San Jose Sharks
    30. 3 - Tampa Bay Lightning
    31. 2 - Carolina Hurricanes
    32. 2 - Mighty Ducks of Anaheim
    33. 2 - Ottawa Senators
    34. 2 - Vancouver Canucks
    35. 1 - Anaheim Ducks
    36. 1 - Colorado Rockies

    https://www.quanthockey.com/nhl/reco...s-leaders.html

    ALEX OVECHKIN 2021-2022 NHL REGULAR SEASON GOALS

    01. 731 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmzu7tSPIFM
    02. 732 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmzu7tSPIFM
    03. 733 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKgRMqqOw74
    04. 734 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TAsfLHzLqls
    05. 735 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3KAvj8ddYCU
    06. 736 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkEh5yfW5_c
    07. 737 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkEh5yfW5_c
    08. 738 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=roaiSAeY03g
    09. 739 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yZGz66Y14_w
    10. 740 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TPTaaaaWto
    11. 741 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yf_FHKpB0_Y
    12. 742 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzjzrqhMAe8
    13. 743 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2KawEDDpYk8
    14. 744 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2KawEDDpYk8
    15. 745 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07YcUESDuXA
    16. 746 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8mfza1TOO0
    17. 747 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8mfza1TOO0
    18. 748 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8mfza1TOO0
    19. 749 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VA8JQiUf-o
    20. 750 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rf2ilX7CQMA
    21. 751 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJPrKrpbaHA
    22. 752 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BEdL2EHacPs
    23. 753 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPvGTK8zGz4
    24. 754 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPvGTK8zGz4
    25. 755 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZGBOfZ4iRU
    26. 756 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgFWPUAqYwg
    27. 757 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4errxeT6pQ
    28. 758 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2fRBlZIWIg
    29. 759 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2fRBlZIWIg
    30. 760 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFqE9GjjwJ8
    31. 761 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFqE9GjjwJ8
    32. 762 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EErG-kl_nhs
    33. 763 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2kUf72V3JI
    34. 764 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jHPMsqzrgQ
    35. 765 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDZYVJMRWI0
    36. 766 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDZYVJMRWI0
    37. 767 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4N23qTg8Wek
    38. 768 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V7txcxlLzD4
    39. 769 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4S2IZGPc9hc
    40. 770 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AAU0ovP1Tgs
    41. 771 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qYTBWH0kaVY
    42. 772 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50W-osgdJoE
    43. 773 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0y4Xk0ohYtA
    44. 774 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbEGhxof3NQ
    45. 775 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=au2gLHgZgh4
    46. 776 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18t-ZYZkG3w
    47. 777 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54-fBOnzaD8
    48. 778 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NcBlJDFoCBE
    49. 779 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=soMxYu5Hux8
    50. 780 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=soMxYu5Hux8
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    Gil Stein dies at 94, was final president in NHL history
    Headed League when Ducks, Panthers added through expansion
    https://www.nhl.com/news/gil-stein-d...ry/c-332253806

    Think Gary Bettman's bad? Just remember Gil Stein
    For many reasons, NHL fans can't stand Gary Bettman. Incredibly, his immediate predecessor was worse.
    https://www.sbnation.com/nhl/2012/12...-nhl-gil-stein

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    Coyotes’ Phil Kessel moves to 2nd on NHL’s consecutive games played list
    https://arizonasports.com/story/3086...s-played-list/

    NHL IRON MAN STREAK (REGULAR SEASON)

    01. 989 - Keith Yandle (March 26, 2009-March 29, 2022)
    02. 970 - Phil Kessel (November 3, 2009-Present)
    03. 964 - Doug Jarvis (October 8, 1975 - October 10, 1987)
    04. 914 - Garry Unger (February 24, 1968 - December 21, 1979)
    05. 910 - Patrick Marleau (April 9, 2009-Present)

    ACTIVE NHL IRON MEN (REGULAR SEASON)

    01. 989 - Keith Yandle (March 26, 2009-March 29, 2022)
    02. 982 - Phil Kessel (November 3, 2009-Present)
    03. 910 - Patrick Marleau (April 9, 2009-Present)
    04. 679 - Brent Burns (November 21, 2013-Present)

    NHL IRON MAN STREAK (REGULAR SEASON)

    List of NHL players with 500+ consecutive games played


    01. 989 - Keith Yandle (March 26, 2009-March 29, 2022)
    02. 982 - Phil Kessel (November 3, 2009-Present)
    03. 964 - Doug Jarvis (October 8, 1975 - October 10, 1987)
    04. 914 - Garry Unger (February 24, 1968 - December 21, 1979)
    05. 910 - Patrick Marleau (April 9, 2009-Present)
    06. 884 - Steve Larmer (October 6, 1982 - April 15, 1993)
    07. 830 - Andrew Cogliano (October 4, 2007 - January 13, 2018)
    08. 776 - Craig Ramsay (March 27, 1973 - February 10, 1983)
    09. 737 - Jay Bouwmeester (March 6, 2004 - November 22, 2014)
    10. 679 - Brent Burns (November 21, 2013-Present)
    11. 679 - Henrik Sedin (March 21, 2004 - January 18, 2014)
    12. 630 - Andy Hebenton (October 7, 1955 - March 22, 1964)
    13. 622 - Karl Alzner (October 8, 2010 - April 7, 2018)
    14. 617 - Antoine Vermette (October 27, 2007 - October 22, 2015)
    15. 580 - Johnny Wilson (February 10, 1952 - March 20, 1960)
    16. 576 - Billy Harris (October 7, 1972 - November 28, 1979)
    17. 570 - Mark Recchi (October 4, 1991 - December 11, 1998) Inducted in 2017
    18. 566 - Danny Grant (December 4, 1968 - December 19, 1975)
    19. 548 - Alex Delvecchio (December 13, 1956 - November 11, 1964) Inducted in 1977
    20. 542 - Brendan Morrison (February 27, 2000 - December 12, 2007)
    21. 529 - Jarome Iginla (October 4, 2007 - March 30, 2014) Inducted in 2020
    22. 519 - Craig MacTavish (October 12, 1986 - January 2, 1993)
    23. 513 - Brad Boyes (October 5, 2005 - November 23, 2011)
    24. 512 - J.P. Parise (February 16, 1972 - November 19, 1978)
    25. 509 - Andrew Brunette (January 2, 2002 - February 19, 2009)
    26. 509 - John Marks (October 27, 1973 - December 30, 1979)
    27. 508 - Murray Murdoch (November 16, 1926 - March 21, 1937)
    28. 502 - Glenn Hall (October 6, 1955 - November 7, 1962) Inducted in 1975

    NHL IRON MAN STREAK (REGULAR SEASON)

    List of Retired NHL players with 500+ consecutive games played


    01. 964 - Doug Jarvis (October 8, 1975 - October 10, 1987)
    02. 914 - Garry Unger (February 24, 1968 - December 21, 1979)
    03. 884 - Steve Larmer (October 6, 1982 - April 15, 1993)
    04. 830 - Andrew Cogliano (October 4, 2007 - January 13, 2018)
    05. 776 - Craig Ramsay (March 27, 1973 - February 10, 1983)
    06. 737 - Jay Bouwmeester (March 6, 2004 - November 22, 2014)
    07. 679 - Henrik Sedin (March 21, 2004 - January 18, 2014)
    08. 630 - Andy Hebenton (October 7, 1955 - March 22, 1964)
    09. 622 - Karl Alzner (October 8, 2010 - April 7, 2018)
    10. 617 - Antoine Vermette (October 27, 2007 - October 22, 2015)
    11. 580 - Johnny Wilson (February 10, 1952 - March 20, 1960)
    12. 576 - Billy Harris (October 7, 1972 - November 28, 1979)
    13. 570 - Mark Recchi (October 4, 1991 - December 11, 1998) Inducted in 2017
    14. 566 - Danny Grant (December 4, 1968 - December 19, 1975)
    15. 548 - Alex Delvecchio (December 13, 1956 - November 11, 1964) Inducted in 1977
    16. 542 - Brendan Morrison (February 27, 2000 - December 12, 2007)
    17. 529 - Jarome Iginla (October 4, 2007 - March 30, 2014) Inducted in 2020
    18. 519 - Craig MacTavish (October 12, 1986 - January 2, 1993)
    19. 513 - Brad Boyes (October 5, 2005 - November 23, 2011)
    20. 512 - J.P. Parise (February 16, 1972 - November 19, 1978)
    21. 509 - Andrew Brunette (January 2, 2002 - February 19, 2009)
    22. 509 - John Marks (October 27, 1973 - December 30, 1979)
    23. 508 - Murray Murdoch (November 16, 1926 - March 21, 1937)
    24. 502 - Glenn Hall (October 6, 1955 - November 7, 1962) Inducted in 1975

    NHL IRON MAN STREAK (PLAYOFFS)

    01. 228 - Nicklas Lidstrom (April 18, 1992 - May 22, 2009) Inducted in 2015
    02. 227 - Larry Robinson (April 14, 1973 - April 20, 1992) Inducted in 1995
    03. 214 - Glenn Anderson (April 8, 1981 - May 17, 1995) Inducted in 2008
    04. 197 - Scott Stevens (April 12, 1988 - June 9, 2003) Inducted in 2007
    05. 194 - Martin Brodeur (May 15, 1994 - June 11, 2012) Inducted in 2018
    06. 184 - Bobby Smith (April 8, 1980 - April 30, 1992)
    07. 182 - Doug Gilmour (April 4, 1984 - May 13, 2002) Inducted in 2011
    08. 179 - Esa Tikkanen (April 24, 1986 - June 16, 1998)
    09. 178 - Guy Carbonneau (April 6, 1983 - April 26, 1998) Inducted in 2019
    10. 166 - Valtteri Filppula (April 12, 2007 - May 3, 2019)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...e_games_played

    https://records.nhl.com/records/skat...e-games-played

    Keith Yandle https://www.nhl.com/player/keith-yandle-8471735
    Phil Kessel https://www.nhl.com/player/phil-kessel-8473548
    Patrick Marleau https://www.nhl.com/player/patrick-marleau-8466139
    Brent Burns https://www.nhl.com/player/brent-burns-8470613

    ACTIVE NHL LEADERS IN GOALS

    01. 780 - Alex Ovechkin
    02. 517 - Sidney Crosby
    03. 481 - Steven Stamkos
    04. 444 - Evgeni Malkin
    05. 430 - Joe Thornton
    06. 430 - Patrick Kane
    07. 421 - Joe Pavelski
    08. 418 - Jeff Carter
    09. 408 - Zach Parise
    10. 405 - Corey Perry
    11. 400 - Patrice Bergeron
    12. 399 - Phil Kessel
    13. 391 - John Tavares
    14. 365 - Anze Kopitar
    15. 363 - Jason Spezza
    16. 357 - Jonathan Toews
    17. 351 - Brad Marchand

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    Eugene Melnyk, Senators owner, dies at 62
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    Yandle NHL record consecutive games played streak could end at 989
    Flyers defenseman questionable against Maple Leafs on Saturday, last missed regular-season game in 2009
    https://www.nhl.com/news/philadelphi...89/c-332516884

    Fischler turns 90, legendary hockey journalist 'marvel and a wonder'
    NHL Commissioner Bettman, colleagues, friends wish 'The Maven' happy birthday
    https://www.nhl.com/news/stan-fischl...?tid=277548856

    Yandle's NHL-record consecutive games played streak ends at 989
    Flyers defenseman healthy scratch against Maple Leafs, last missed regular-season game in 2009
    https://www.nhl.com/news/philadelphi...89/c-332516884

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    Hossa to retire with Blackhawks after signing one-day contract
    Hockey Hall of Famer quit playing hockey in 2017 because of progressive skin disorder
    https://www.nhl.com/news/marian-hoss...ct/c-332654486

    NEWS: Blackhawks to Retire Marian Hossa's No. 81
    Forward's sweater to become just seventh number retired in franchise history
    https://www.nhl.com/blackhawks/news/...81/c-332737864

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    2022 INDUCTION ELIGIBLE PLAYERS

    https://www.hhof.com/induction/induc...nEligible.html

    The annual meeting of the Selection Committee will be held on June 27 to select and announce the 2022 Hockey Hall of Fame inductees.

    The selection announcement will be made live on June 27 on TSN (time TBC).

    The Hockey Hall of Fame Selection Committee consists of 18 individuals appointed by the Board of Directors, whose mandate is to nominate and elect candidates as Honoured Members in the Player, Builder and Referee/Linesman categories. Player and Referee/Linesman candidates must have concluded their respective playing or officiating careers for a minimum of three playing seasons.

    FIRST-YEAR ELIGIBLE NHL PLAYERS FOR INDUCTION 2022

    Includes those first-year eligible in 2021 and 2022 as no Class of 2021 was named

    Note: The below list includes only first-year eligible goaltenders that either played a minimum of 400 NHL regular season games, won over 200 NHL games, or recorded 25 or more NHL shutouts. The forwards and defenders listed either played a minimum of 1,000 NHL regular season games, or recorded a minimum of 300 goals, 400 assists or 700 points.

    List does NOT include all players eligible for Induction in 2022

    STATISTICAL LIST OF NON-HONOURED MEMBERS

    The following lists do NOT include all players eligible for Induction in 2022.

    The forwards and defencemen listed below either registered at least 400 NHL goals, 700 assists (500 for defencemen), 1,000 NHL points, or won at least six Stanley Cup titles, two Canada/World Cup titles, or are members of the "Triple Gold Club" (winners of the World Championship, Olympic Gold, and the Stanley Cup).

    The goaltenders listed either played a minimum of 500 NHL regular season games, won over 250 NHL games, or recorded 50-or-more shutouts in the NHL.

    The following list includes eligible players who have either registered at least 100 points in Senior World Championship play or received two-or-more Tournament Directorate Awards.

    The following list includes eligible players who have either registered at least 50 points in IIHF Women's World Championship play, been named tournament Most Valuable Player or received two-or-more Tournament Directorate Awards.

    First-year eligible players are noted by *.

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    Chris Pronger explains how much income NHL players actually bring home
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    Bossy dies at 65, legendary Islanders goal-scorer, four-time Cup champion
    Hockey Hall of Fame forward scored at least 50 goals nine times in 10 seasons
    https://www.nhl.com/news/mike-bossy-dead/c-333031308

    Islanders icon Mike Bossy, one of NHL's greatest scorers, dead at 65
    https://www.sportsnet.ca/nhl/article...rs-dead-at-65/

    Mike Bossy, 4-time Stanley Cup champion with the New York Islanders, dead at 65
    https://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockey/nhl...uary-1.6421186

    Islanders Hall of Famer Mike Bossy Has Died at Age 65
    https://www.si.com/nhl/2022/04/15/mi...-hall-of-famer

    Mike Bossy Dies at Age 65; Hall of Famer Won NHL Stanley Cup 4 Times
    https://bleacherreport.com/articles/...aign=editorial

    Mike Bossy, four-time Stanley Cup champion with New York Islanders, dies at 65
    https://www.espn.com/nhl/story?id=33...anders-dies-65

    Islanders legend Mike Bossy dies at the age of 65
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    Guy Lafleur dies at 70, five-time Cup champion with Canadiens
    Hall of Fame forward cornerstone of dynasty, scored at least 50 goals five straight seasons
    https://www.nhl.com/news/guy-lafleur-dead/c-333289584

    Guy Lafleur, five-time Stanley Cup champion with Montreal Canadiens, dies at 70
    https://www.espn.com/nhl/story/_/id/...adiens-dies-70

    Montreal Canadiens legend Guy Lafleur dies at age 70
    https://www.sportsnet.ca/nhl/article...ies-at-age-70/

    Canadiens icon Guy Lafleur, one of hockey's flashiest players, dead at 70
    https://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockey/nhl...uary-1.5766441

    Canadiens icon Lafleur dead at 70
    https://www.tsn.ca/montreal-canadien...leur-1.1789063
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    ACTIVE NHL LEADERS IN GOALS

    01. 780 - Alex Ovechkin
    02. 517 - Sidney Crosby
    03. 481 - Steven Stamkos
    04. 444 - Evgeni Malkin
    05. 430 - Joe Thornton
    06. 430 - Patrick Kane
    07. 421 - Joe Pavelski
    08. 418 - Jeff Carter
    09. 408 - Zach Parise
    10. 405 - Corey Perry
    11. 400 - Patrice Bergeron
    12. 399 - Phil Kessel
    13. 391 - John Tavares
    14. 365 - Anze Kopitar
    15. 363 - Jason Spezza
    16. 357 - Jonathan Toews
    17. 351 - Brad Marchand

    Stanley Cup® Playoffs

    https://www.nhl.com/stanley-cup-playoffs/

    Stanley Cup Playoffs first-round schedule
    Four of eight best-of-7 series begin Monday, rest on Tuesday


    https://www.nhl.com/news/nhl-playoff...le/c-280159064







    Here are the series-by-series schedules for the first round of the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Stanley Cup First Round will consist of eight best-of-7 series.

    All times listed are ET and subject to change.



    EASTERN CONFERENCE



    Florida Panthers (A1) vs. Washington Capitals (WC2)

    Tuesday, May 3: Capitals at Panthers, 7:30 p.m. ET (ESPN2, SN360, TVA Sports)

    Thursday, May 5: Capitals at Panthers, 7:30 p.m. ET (TBS, SN360, TVA Sports)

    Saturday, May 7: Panthers at Capitals, 1 p.m. ET (ESPN, Sportsnet, TVA Sports)

    Monday, May 9: Panthers at Capitals, 7 p.m. ET (TBS, SN1, TVA Sports)

    *Wednesday, May 11: Capitals at Panthers, TBD

    *Friday, May 13: Panthers at Capitals, Friday, TBD

    *Sunday, May 15: Capitals at Panthers, TBD



    Toronto Maple Leafs (A2) vs. Tampa Bay Lightning (A3)

    Monday, May 2: Lightning at Maple Leafs, 7:30 p.m. ET (Sportsnet, CBC, TVA Sports, ESPN2)

    Wednesday, May 4: Lightning at Maple Leafs, 7:30 p.m. ET (Sportsnet, CBC, TVA Sports, ESPN2)

    Friday, May 6: Maple Leafs at Lightning, 7:30 p.m. ET (TBS, Sportsnet, CBC, TVA Sports)

    Sunday, May 8: Maple Leafs at Lightning, 7 p.m. ET (TBS, Sportsnet, CBC, TVA Sports)

    *Tuesday, May 10: Lightning at Maple Leafs, TBD

    *Thursday, May 12: Maple Leafs at Lightning, TBD

    *Saturday, May 14: Lightning at Maple Leafs, TBD



    Carolina Hurricanes (M1) vs. Boston Bruins (WC1)

    Monday, May 2: Bruins at Hurricanes, 7 p.m. ET (ESPN, SN360, TVA Sports)

    Wednesday, May 4: Bruins at Hurricanes, 7 p.m. ET (ESPN, SN360, TVA Sports)

    Friday, May 6: Hurricanes at Bruins, 7 p.m. ET (TNT, SN360, TVA Sports)

    Sunday, May 8: Hurricanes at Bruins, 12:30 p.m. ET (ESPN, Sportsnet, TVA Sports)

    *Tuesday, May 10: Bruins at Hurricanes, TBD

    *Thursday, May 12: Hurricanes at Bruins, TBD

    *Saturday, May 14: Bruins at Hurricanes, TBD



    New York Rangers (M2) vs. Pittsburgh Penguins (M3)

    Tuesday, May 3: Penguins at Rangers, 7 p.m. ET (ESPN, Sportsnet, CBC, TVA Sports)

    Thursday, May 5: Penguins at Rangers, 7 p.m. ET (TNT, Sportsnet, CBC, TVA Sports)

    Saturday, May 7: Rangers at Penguins, 7 p.m. ET (TNT, Sportsnet, CBC, TVA Sports)

    Monday, May 9: Rangers at Penguins, 7 p.m. ET (ESPN, Sportsnet, CBC, TVA Sports)

    *Wednesday, May 11: Penguins at Rangers, TBD

    *Friday, May 13: Rangers at Penguins, TBD

    *Sunday, May 15: Penguins at Rangers, TBD



    WESTERN CONFERENCE



    Colorado Avalanche (C1) vs. Nashville Predators (WC2)

    Tuesday, May 3: Predators at Avalanche, 9:30 p.m. ET (ESPN, SNE, SN360 (JIP), TVA Sports)

    Thursday, May 5: Predators at Avalanche, 9:30 p.m. ET (TNT, SNE, SN360 (JIP), TVA Sports)

    Saturday, May 7: Avalanche at Predators, 4:30 p.m. ET (TNT, Sportsnet, TVA Sports)

    Monday, May 9: Avalanche at Predators, 9:30 p.m. ET (ESPN, SN1, TVA Sports)

    *Wednesday, May 11: Predators at Avalanche, TBD

    *Friday, May 13: Avalanche at Predators, TBD

    *Sunday, May 15: Predators at Avalanche, TBD



    Minnesota Wild (C2) vs. St. Louis Blues (C3)

    Monday, May 2: Blues at Wild, 9:30 p.m. ET (ESPN, SN360, TVA Sports)

    Wednesday, May 4: Blues at Wild, 9:30 p.m. ET (ESPN, SN360, TVA Sports)

    Friday, May 6: Wild at Blues, 9:30 p.m. ET (TNT, SN360, TVA Sports)

    Sunday, May 8: Wild at Blues, 4:30 p.m. ET (TBS, SN360, TVA Sports)

    *Tuesday, May 10: Blues at Wild, TBD

    *Thursday, May 12: Wild at Blues, TBD

    *Saturday, May 14: Blues at Wild, TBD



    Calgary Flames (P1) vs. Dallas Stars (WC1)

    Tuesday, May 3: Stars at Flames, 10 p.m. ET (Sportsnet, CBC, TVA Sports, ESPN2)

    Thursday, May 5: Stars at Flames, 10 p.m. ET (Sportsnet, CBC, TVA Sports, TBS)

    Saturday, May 7: Flames at Stars, 9:30 p.m. ET (TNT, Sportsnet, CBC, TVA Sports)

    Monday, May 9: Flames at Stars, 9:30 p.m. ET (TBS, Sportsnet, CBC, TVA Sports)

    *Wednesday, May 11: Stars at Flames, TBD

    *Friday, May 13: Flames at Stars, TBD

    *Sunday, May 15: Stars at Flames, TBD



    Edmonton Oilers (P2) vs. Los Angeles Kings (P3)

    Monday, May 2: Kings at Oilers, 10 p.m. ET (Sportsnet, CBC, TVA Sports, ESPN2)

    Wednesday, May 4: Kings at Oilers, 10 p.m. ET (Sportsnet, CBC, TVA Sports, ESPN2)

    Friday, May 6: Oilers at Kings, 10 p.m. ET (TBS, Sportsnet, CBC, TVA Sports)

    Sunday, May 8: Oilers at Kings, 10 p.m. ET (TBS, Sportsnet, CBC, TVA Sports)

    *Tuesday, May 10: Kings at Oilers, TBD

    *Thursday, May 12: Oilers at Kings, TBD

    *Saturday, May 14: Kings at Oilers, TBD



    * if necessary

    TBD - To Be Determined
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    Whoooo... the Colorado Avalanche have been an offensive powerhouse!

    I'm hoping the Rangers take round one in their series against Pittsburgh...
    We need the POWER of the GOOD and the WAY of the MAGIC !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ornclown View Post
    Whoooo... the Colorado Avalanche have been an offensive powerhouse!

    I'm hoping the Rangers take round one in their series against Pittsburgh...
    They really have. That game 2 was shaky, but the others...woo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorrmann View Post
    They really have. That game 2 was shaky, but the others...woo!
    ....aaaaaand, they swept the series!

    Looking forward to round two.

    But, we still have some heated battles going on in both conferences right now!

    How about them Panthers?
    We need the POWER of the GOOD and the WAY of the MAGIC !!!

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    PATRICK MARLEAU RETIRES FROM NHL AFTER 23 SEASONS
    Patrick Marleau has announced his retirement from the NHL at the age of 42.
    https://thehockeynews.com/news/patri...ter-23-seasons

    Marleau retires from NHL after 23 seasons, all-time games played leader
    Forward scored 1,197 points in 1,779 games; tops on Sharks list in goals, points
    https://www.nhl.com/news/patrick-mar...nt/c-333949134

    Patrick Marleau announces his retirement
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    San Jose Sharks great Patrick Marleau retires after 23 seasons
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    Marleau announces retirement after 23-year career in NHL
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    Sharks' Marleau officially announces retirement from NHL
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    Patrick Marleau announces retirement from hockey
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    'THANK YOU, HOCKEY': Patrick Marleau, NHL leader in games played, retires
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    Go Tampa Bay Lightning!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jibernish View Post
    Go Tampa Bay Lightning!
    To hell with those *******s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Durendal View Post
    To hell with those *******s
    That's how I felt about the Rams when my Bengals lost their 3rd Super Bowl this year.

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    It's starting to look like the Tampa Bay Lightning is going to three-peat. The first NHL three-peat since the New York Islanders in 1982, 40 years ago.
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    After receiving death threats and highly-charged racist remarks on social media, Nazem Kadri put on a clinic against the Blues tonight!

    A hat trick and an assist!!



    THAT'S how you hit 'em where it hurts! Kadri has grown a lot since last year's playoffs.
    We need the POWER of the GOOD and the WAY of the MAGIC !!!

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